Now here, take this ten dollars and buy yourself some blue suede shoes.
Thank you Ma'm!
Good-night! Behave yourself, boy!
This setting is important to the story because it shows how Mrs. Jones convinced him that stealing is bad and that he should never do it again. She also gave Roger money to buy the blue suede shoes he wanted. The author put this event in the story because he wanted to make Roger and Mrs. Jones have a stronger and memorable relationship.
This setting is important to the story because it's the last time Roger saw Mrs. Jones before she closed the door and he never saw her again. The author put this event in because he wanted to explain to kids that adults aren't just mean people and that they are still understanding.